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Q: Purging, excessive dieting, and excessive exercising are symptoms of __________. A. anorexia nervosa B. binge eating disorder C. disordered eating D. bulimia nervosa
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User: Purging, excessive dieting, and excessive exercising are symptoms of __________. A. anorexia nervosa B. binge eating disorder C. disordered eating D. bulimia nervosa

Weegy: Purging, excessive dieting, and excessive exercising are symptoms of: D. bulimia nervosa.



User: A person suffering from anorexia nervosa typically suffers from which of the following health issues? A. low blood pressure B. thin/weak bones C. damage to internal organs D. all of the above

Weegy: A person suffering from anorexia nervosa typically suffers from D. all of the above .
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User: Disordered eating is often __________. A. an eating disorder that affects numerous teens B. caused by eating irregularly over short periods C. a precursor for developing a disorder, but not a disorder on its own D. accompanied by feelings of grie

Weegy: Binge eating disorder (BED) is the most common eating disorder in the United States affecting 3.5% of females and 2% of males and is prevalent in up to 30% of those seeking weight loss treatment. [ Although it was not classified in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders as an eating disorder until 2013, it was first described in 1959 by psychiatrist and researcher Albert Stunkard as "Night Eating Syndrome" (NES), and the term "Binge Eating Disorder" was coined to describe the same binging-type eating behavior without the exclusive nocturnal component. BED usually leads to obesity although it can occur in normal weight individuals. There may be a genetic inheritance factor involved in BED independent of other obesity risks and there is also a higher incidence of psychiatric comorbidity, with the percentage of individuals with BED and an Axis I comorbid psychiatric disorder being 78.9% and for those with subclinical BED, 63.6%.[1][2][3][4] ]
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Disordered eating is often C. a precursor for developing a disorder, but not a disorder on its own.
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Disordered eating behaviors
stand in the way of the healthy
experience of emotional, social
and spiritual ... compulsively
overeats, often thousands of
calories in a short period, and
frequently in secret
. eating -
disord ...
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